Time for Angie seems to have a lot going for her in this $20,000 claiming sprint for three-year-old fillies. She has the best last-out speed figure in the race, an 81. Even though she is not a frontrunner, she has adjusted fractions that are a match for those of any other filly in the race–a big advantage because it can allow her to claim a close stalking position (sounds like a line from a “Seinfeld” episode) without having to dig down deep. And indeed, the Pace Projector shows her in a nice stalking spot early. Her trainer, Mike Puype, has been emerging from his slump. Puype gets a rating of 100 out of 100 with claimers down in class and decent numbers off the claim. She draws perfectly for this, toward the outside of the gate. She is our selection. But the price won’t be anything to get excited about. So let’s see if we can use exotics to squeeze out something more appetizing.
Trainer Molly Pearson is a dangerous trainer who is sending out Lazy Daisy May at what should be a big price (12-1 on the ML). Lazy Daisy May ran a competitive speed figure of 78 in her most recent start–this after acting up in the gate. The Pace Projector shows her saving ground in midpack at the opening quarter. Let’s see if she can make a late run and get on the board.
Doctor Glynis makes her dirt debut today off a solid Pedigree Rating of 82 for dirt sprints. The Pace Projector puts her on a clear early lead.
Win bet on Time for Angie.
Exactas: Time for Angie over Doctor Glynis and Lazy Daisy May.
Trifecta: Sensational Nikki, Doctor Glynis with Time for Angie with Lazy Daisy May.